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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 July 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ^ ADVOCATE. JULY 30i lM4 LOCAL ITEMS. A Big, W eetr—W hat w ith the Chau­ tauqua and circus next week, the people w ill get a surfeit of amusement. , , !Advertised Letters.—The following letters ‘remain undelivered at the local postoffice—Master J. G. Curtin, Mrs. W 'll Losson, Milton R um kis.' / New Books Arrive.—The hooks for the new system in the Public U tility d e­ partment of the city have arrived, and /will be installed by Superintendent Johnson in the near future, or as soon as possible. • Holding Picnic.—The Moravian Sun­ day school is holding its annual picnic this ' Thursday, a t Scott’s Pier. The launch Fawn, Gapt. WTm. Rieholdt, car­ rying the crowd to and from the grounds and a number also going b y'w ay of the road. '' v ' / ■ Flower -Show.—The -children’s flower show, under the auspices of the Woman’s Club, w ill take place on -August 15th. The flowers are to be taken to the resi­ dence of Mrs. T. C. Proctor. Judges will be appointed to ’ sel...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 30 July 1914

7.., THE STURGEON ' BAY ADVOCATE, JULY 30, 1914. A SEASIDE PI.IBT ATION. W ith sorrow \" in ho W ith trem b lin g penned it— - !'•:•'-v The little porting billet deux eyes' q fb lu e , hands * she. slowly lie little porting billet doux ' ' That conscience told - her now Should Those tete-a-fetes alon.-r the shore. Tu5 Those gypsyings w ith fern filled, bns- and Those gypsy Must jolii the dear delights of yore And only live in memory's, casket There never was a heart liko .Taclts He told his passion In his glances. , Ver, S h e'sealed her note w ith scented wax, B ut could-not drown her dism al fan- n o li cies. ' cies. ■ -. • •/ :-.v “Dear Mr. Garraway, we two have When he should read his suit, denied, » • Sd long th e them e of id le gazers, nlu a j s been good friends. v She P ictu r ed him a su ic id e, . - “W ell. will, von allow • me. ti.She pictured him Ami shuddered razors! . icicle, , . t - “Well, will you. allow -me, then, as t ie tioug , an old friend, to g iv e y o u a...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 August 1914

Chautauqua Opens Today, Aug. G, anti C loses , “. • ' 1 . - / ■ / . . :':v r is' ■ r - f , ' ' • v - \" '• 10* An Excellent Program BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK H E kS NEAT JOB WORK AT S OFFICE VOL. 53 N O /19 STURGEON BAY, WIS-, THURSDAY, A U G U S ti, 1914. MARINE NEWS OEZTEBAXi MABITTE NOTES. The steamer Hagarty, which was built at the Collingvood yard, has a big launching damage. The new boat, which is practically a duplicate of th e steamer Jam es Carruthers, which w as lost on lake Huron in the November gale, was docked at Ecorse. It w ill take ubout tw o weeks to make repairs on her. She has a big frame damage, and tw enty- three plates w ill have to come off. An understanding h a s. finally bee(n reached between the Hill Transporta­ tion company and tiie Pere Marquette line, which provides that the Marquette steamers w ill withdraw .from the Ke­ nosha, Waukegan and Chicago run. W ith . the retirement of these steamers the N H ill company lias agreed not to compete w ifli t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 6, 1914. t o t Sturgeon Sap allocate Published Every Thursday at Sturgeon Day, Wis. Kntered In the Post-office a t Sturgeon ' Bay, 'Wis., as second-class natter. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year .-....................... .......1 1 .6 0 H t m onths.................... .76 insur m o n t h s . . . . . . . . . . . . .............. .0 0 T w t m o n th s ... ............. .25 Single Copies............. 06 Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager, Sturgeon Bay,, .Wis., August 0, EDITORIAL Davy Crockett revised “Be sure you’re Sate, tiien go ahead.” ' , v E. L. Philipp has been the burr under the tail of the Progressive steed for the past ten years, and it certainly looks at this writing as though he would cause the rider to be thrown before the pres­ ent year of our Lord comes to a close. The army worm lias made its appear­ ance in the southern part of the state, and is doing much injury. ’Farming is surel...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE* ALGOS* 6^ 1914. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF The city of Algoma has let the con­ tract for the construction of several blocks of concrete pavement, which is to.be put in as soon as the successful bidder gets around to it. Action will be taken soon on the grant­ ing of several more saloon licenses in Neenali. But sixteen saloons are ■ in operation there, as against twenty-two last year and twenty-nine the year be­ fore .that. After’ battling bravely for nearly a month, John 10 year old son of Clarence Lemmeenness, of Fond du Lac, died on Saturday from injuries received in a fourth of July accident. While igniting firecrackers from a bonilre his trousers caught lire. The Rev. Rev. J. Lenz, one of the mem­ bers of the faculty of St. Norbert’s col­ lege, Depere, died suddenly in Chicago on Thursday after an operation for ap­ pendicitis. He left here on Wednesday for Columbus, 0., where he was to at tend a convention, and' was stricken while passing through Chic...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST $ 1914. PERSONALS - Chas. Groiscn lms been confined to hi$ borne by, illno.-^ fo r/th e past |bv*r^ days. ... ’ -I . Frank Mullen is limping around itli a .-sore foot, the result of a spill.while ( riding a motorcycle. . j1. Miss Grace Morf of Chicago arrived last night for a short stay ■•with Mr., and Mrs. P. W. Hitchcock. -../ Mrs. H. G. Scofield has been a t GM- cago. for a ,week or more past, during which she has been visiting friends. , Miss Florence? Scofield 1ms been con­ fined to the house during the past week with a severe attack of the mumps. Leonard, Belanger arrived here froi$ Milwaukee !tlie latter part of the week to spend his vacation visiting relatives. Ned Wager arrived the first of the week to spend a week or so • visiting with his parents and other members of the. family, v . / ■ The stork left a bouncing baby boy a t the home of Jos. Williams on Sunday 'and the little, stranger was made hear­ tily welcome. ,/,-/. \\ .. -., ...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVQCATE, AUGUST 6, 1914. | LOCAL ITEMS. • M aniage ,, Licenses.— The following m arriag e, license w as. issued .w ithin, t h e , week b y th e '‘county clerk : Andrew1 J . V M agnette, S ister B ay and Amanda \"D e : Jardine. Jacksonportr • x[ Baby Dies.—The little daughter of Mr\". ,\\ an d Sirs. ArthuV M atthew s died F riday : n ig ht from an a tta c k of-convulsions. , £ The child w as about a year and a .h a li ' old.s The iu n e ra l .w as held from the residence of th e fam ily in. the Noll block on M onday afternoon. ''• A dvertised Letters.—L etters address- . ' ed: to th a following rem ain'undelivered . in th e local p o s t. office':—W m . Berns, • Joe. Bopy, P a t Fitzgerald J H arry Heck, ' P e te r H ernes, Em il H itsch, A lfred H urtz, ' M arth a P eterson, Olga .Peterson, Henry. Sm idky. Lily Sm ith, Frances W agner.' D igging Ditch.—T he city Is having a .. . ditch dug to relieve th e w ater th a t has “x heretofore hooded the A m brust propert...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE AUGUST 6, 1914. “When 1 iind a maid as good as thee, mother but I'-wanfc no idle, shrill-voiced wiiii to disturb our quiet honfe.”. But one day his mother said more sadly and seriously tlmn ever before: Aren't ho sweetest longs to me: “Uustavjisj*. I am, growing old and ' lent, with the summer feeble.-' I can'jio longer make and mend THE PA IjI* or GO&DEH p b i n g -e . T he songs I used to sing T he s o u k s th at bl wind B eneath the greenwood tree The songs th at rills in la u - K1- Re-echoed th ru the dell T hese are the best rem em brances Of days 1 loved,so well. I go along the vale of years 'W ith the gap th at yaw ns som ew here Like a rider and a steed th a t grope In the strange, still m idnight air: I t m ay be tw enty years from now. Or thirty— who dare say?— And yet 1 l'eel upon my brow \" The dew dam ps or decay *- 1 see them la ll beside me then I wonder how should I • Escape the bog th at swallowed them . The n ig h f th a t seemed so n...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAT ADVOCATE, AUGUST 6, lM C Jam atid §wwe. m u r r e n i a . When on a fragrant sandal tree ' The 'woodman’s axe descends. And she who bloomed so beauteoUsly Beneath the weapon bends. Even on the edge- that wrought her death. Dying, she breathes her sweeteBt breath y.B If to token In her fall \" Peace to her foes, and love to all. How hardly man this lesson learns J To smile and bless the hand that spurns. To see the blow and feel the pain. And render only love again! One had it, but he came from Heaven, Reviled, rejected and betrayed No curse he breathed, no plaint he made But when ,in death's dark pang he sighed, Prayed for his murderers and died. DAIRYING AND DAIRY HERD MAN­ AGEMENT. : The importance of dairy farming and the best methods of dairy herd manage­ ment were thoroughly And ably discuss­ ed by Professor J. L. Tormey of the University of Wisconsin in' an address before the Country Life Conference for • Southwestern Wisconsin recently held at Platteville...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 6 August 1914

' t\"7 I rV m . THB STORGEON BAY ADVOCATE^a UGUST 6, 19147 COUNTY NEWS , SXSTEB -SAY. \",7 Mrs. EUen Petersoji BiesT Mrs. Ellen ’ IVtoi-sojKpasspd away at : : her home in R ow teySB ayon .Saturday,' Aligust 1st, after'an illness of several -months, the. capsa-of-which, xvas duj^-HV old age,. she bhiug 71) years, : fi^ijronths and W^ilays old at the-time Af^denth. •:JMrs. Ellen Louisa Potejgon, widow of ./{h e late Robert Peterson, Was born in / 7 Norway, Europe,.pn^the 18th of Novem­ ber. 1S34. . Shjsiwas 'married to Mr. An- derson au d ^ h ey lived on .Washington IslaiuLfor a number of years. After her iiusliand’s death siie m oved'to I Liberty , ^.rtJrove and was married to RoberJ Pcter- son November 10, 1890, for, whose five , small children she. became a true, lov­ able mother. Air. Peterson W as taken away by death in 1806, leaving her alone V-with . the. ■’children, over whom she lias watched until they have grown up, and wlio now mourn the loss of their, kind affectionate...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 August 1914

V-VS 5 /f Door Goanty ■dm$: BRING THAT NEXT JOB WORK HERS Exhibit— SBptansbdr 22~23~2.4 n-rrs o f f ic e VOL. 53 NO. 20 STURGEON BAY, WIS., THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914. $1.50 A YEAR MARINE. NEWS Torrent Picks up Launch. ■■Word was received here tliis morning t o ' the effect th at the tug Torrent had picked up a launch off Port W ash­ ington. There was no one in the boat and it is not known how it came to be numamted and drifting on the lake. Otto Green, one of the owners of the Torrent 'le ft for Port Washington this afternoon to learn, the particulars and look after his interests in« the .matter. Steamer Sheboygai Abandoned. The Goodrich- steamer Sheboygan/ one of the oldest . boats of the Goodrich Transit company’s fleet, is to be •wreck­ ed. ' ' ’ ' ' ' Announcement w as'm ade of the siiie of the Sheboygan. to - the Manitowoc Iron & Metal /company,' the.,'company . purchasing' the, boat w ith a . view to wrecking it and later, burning the hull on the lake, according t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 August 1914

h r ' ' THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 13, 19X4, sh sturgeon SapHbvocatc - • ' . ni-.n-— w tills At Will UVTAXPAYERS’ Published E%-ery Thursday at- Sturgeon juet the opposite, and already we have - ' ■ Bay Wl8- an example of it in this city by- the fact that the dealers have raised, the price i iniiv ttiu uvuiuio imvv luiobi^ tiiv pucc “ b I ^ W s.,1^^econd^clasa1 maufr!°\" flour eighty cents per barrel. Food - * * olnlTa ti ’t l l n i l n H r n n/n f i n nn tnn R A T E S O F SU B S C R IP T IO N : O ne y e a r ................ ........................... .. ...$ 1 .6 0 V x m o n th s.......................................................... ?\" P e u r m o n th s...................... bo Twe m o n th s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • .j[o ■ Ingle C o p ie s . ........... .05 T w o d o lla rs w ill be c h arg ed If n o t p aid w ith in th e y ear. DUDLEY S. LONG, Business Manager Sturgeon Day, Wis., August 13, 1914. EDITORIAL REPUBLICAN PRIMARY TICKET. For •Gove...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 August 1914

1 By CHARLES E. VAN LOAN f VII.—A R A I N C H E C K From \"The Ten/Thousand Dollar Arm and Other ^Fales of the Big League” Copyr]tfht'l6l2, by Small, M ay nard b Company E didn’t proveanything on-ris/’ of you tries to sliove his nose back into argued Red Lynch .hopeful- organized baseball I’ll pull this testi­ ly, as he settled jlo'svn in the mony on you.” smoker of the nlght express. Here Joe tapped a fat envelope which course not!” snaried Jake Hart- *ay on the desk in front of him. That '— • -' - • - ■ envelope contained blank contracts for well. “He didn’t have to. I tell you iulluwu uiuuu. comrucis ror we’re in Dutch,^and all because you next season, but the bluff worked well, mnrir. n cnotdt* r\\i n T7 (.mi mnf +i w. mat. * 'Hero’s what money is coming to you. Now, beat it!” Some of-fhe Keatsville players may made a sucker play and met the man you werpdoing business with out on a street?corner for every one to see. Oh, ~— v \" “ “ \"uc umy ytjri’re a smart guy! You couldn’t...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 13 1914. V * * Vyc-x m m m m m m m m •• t? m m wmm f t '£*' f * r r v I V '« ' s '' '/■ ^ M i sWS-fe S“V X PfjysffsSj!^ v'-*s^'S^:v:i .v fj V' ' & ? • \" : ’ n •hSS&$k ' m m m m w ^m mm W&mM m m t s ^\\' ^ j \\sx% mm*m w W W i l l * -. ' ’ *« / iSSSSS .A,AS ' m m 'Vivi*”' *&& 1^. - l i f e f l i i i i i l l 5 ^ Sy&s&S w J» S*^^5^'-' $*S*S ^ f l^ p li l l » ' ' • ‘ i w i i i i mmm pfctfssS i iiii p ^ p ^ il \" V i s i i i p ® * „-5' r. 8&SSS ii3&I:& &£&& &$&9$ H f A X * Air Fleets In a Death Grapple. German, French, British and Russian Aeroplanes and Dirigibles Battling Among the Clouds. B ATTLES in the air! Aeroplanes darting .at. dirigible balloons, piercing their thin envelopes and exploding their gasoline tanks unUl. attacker - and attached fall'to death! Maddened with the war fury, the aviato: ■ . is glad to die, if so he can but take with him the enemy who dispute.- with him...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 13 . .igj*. STATE NEWS IN BRIEF, J . Schaefer of Clayton Winnebago county, sold a blooded Holstein cow for . $1,000. I t will be shipped to Iowa where it will become one of a herd of blooded Holstein s. A \"hay-stack containing 200 loads or 175 tons has been attracting much a t­ tention on the Grand View Stock farm a t Oconomowoc. It is insured for $1,000. The stack is 34 feet wide, 36 feet high and 115 feet long. Mrs. Herman Blank of Neenah, moth- - er of nineteen children, died a t an Ap­ pleton .hospital following an operation for gall Btones. Deceased was 40 yearB of age. A husband and ten of the nine­ teen children survive. Edward Dugan, Chicago, was instantly killed at Hurley, by being electrocuted. He was engaged in bridge work for the • North-Western railroad, and was on a derrick which was near a high powered electrical .transmission line. The plant of the Antigo water plant, owned -by W. G. Maxcy of Oshkosh, has -been turned over to the...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 August 1914

THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 13, ,1914. Political M m tfscsnsrits. ed by v rlo r of .nrjrcnn b a y . ELMER J. HI LANDER C A N O im tE FUR : C O U N T Y C L E R K S olicits Your Support Prima it's S ep tem b er 1, 1914 PERSONALS | [ W ritte n a nd itu thn ri::, *1 by D . G. C hisson, o f O conto. Win..- fo r w h ic h ?.()o an in c h is to be p a id ] Mrs. F. C. Pajbm of Antigo is visiting with her liusbaijd i)f. :Payne for a coji- ph-. of weeks of so. . . .v 4 ^ Iiss:-2Gsl% McDonald of Milwaukee father,.'Capt. John Me- Donald fat. a week or so. ( ' .-John IJunlap andj-baby' :ota ^t^iikin«^:\\are- spending 'the': tveck w itfi‘ ib t a t i^ i in this city. *} . JO'S. K ie.-liaities of Idlewild oij Sat­ urday evening presented, her husband with a bouncing baby boy. * j ' . Misses Elenor- Behringer and’hNina Bagnall are and have for a week phst been visiting in Milwaukee. . y*. *.•\" , The condition of Aliss Ruth Rysdorp has so, far improved' that she is able to be around in a whee...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 August 1914

. • _ .. i THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE 'AW UST 13, 1914. LOCAL ITEMS. County Fair.—Js ext on tlieprograrri of entertainment w ill be the county fair. Plan to be present on tbe occasion. W. C. T, XT. Picnic.—Tlie W. C. T. U. w ill hold, a basket picnic at Idlewild on Tuesday, :tlie 18tb. Tbe boat w ill leave the boat factory dock at 10 o’clock. ' ’Summer Slipping.—Only about two and a half weeks left .of summer.and in three weeks the school bells will be ring­ ing. N ot so long before the frost will \"be on the vines. Horrors! In County Court-— The only matter before the county court on Tuesday was the final settlem ent in the. estate of John Christianson order made allow.- . ing accounts and assigning the residue of the estate. . . Excursion From Washington Island.— - The steamer Sailor Boy is scheduled- to :.!'\\-give?an excursion from W ashington Is- yiahd ‘ to Manistique, Mich., on\" Sunday j, y^next j' being- the 'first tim e that an outing lias been given to th is. Michigan port...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918 — 13 August 1914

. THE STURGEON BAY ADVOCATE, AUGUST 13, I 914 something, but' m y' head struck the top gallant yard and over I went into the sea. I remer.ber bearing d cry of ‘man overboard’ from the deck and m ust then lmvc become unconscious for a time. I vmie, next found myself struggling among tnc ant u f f h A o l W i m e ^ ? ’.the night tremendous waves. A s,I rose upon the wherein no care can creep, _ crest of each big sea I caught a glimpse G IV E T H E M NOW . you, s till an d If I should lie before white, \"'*1 IV raj \"dead, face s '\"^wor upon my poor ^j|e nll(j ag si,0 was still standing Sweet Kisses that I crave? on her course, I knew that I was left to Gienmrice°Ut 1003 words and warm my fate. I was not excited in the least To* take into'.my grave? ■ by my position. I fully expected to I the reach drown, but I made up my mind to fight as long as I could. I was and am n -Q, give them ere I p a ss beyond Of loving- s in ile an d w ord! F o r it m ay be y o u r g ift of k in d ly spe...

Publication Title: Sturgeon Bay Advocate 1912-1918, The
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